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    I have a 2 Pinguicula moranesis that are each about 6 inches wide. I'd like to send out leaf cuttings. Do you think i can mail them in a regular envelope without the leafs getting damaged?

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    itll get damaged alright, i would like to get som but i suck at cutting raising
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    I would try it with a padded envelope... or try a small necklace box, it should cost .49 cents for up to 2 oz.
    I wouldent mind trying a cutting

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    Hi Tony, and welcome to the forums!I use small styrofoam boxes that end up costing 59 cents to ship. I also have the advantage of being able to use 50 ml and 100 ml plastic sampling tubes from work, that fit into the styro box.

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    i am interested it you have any left
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    I would also use a box. I tried regular mail and that doesn't work. Someone sent me some in a padded envelope (the mail took too long too) and only a couple survived.
    I'd be interested too if you have any left.
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    Hmmm...I think that I'll try bubble envelopes this time. I know that I do not have enough cuttings for anymore people. How many do you think I should send each person? I have about 20 leaves to spare. Do you think 3 or 4 leafs each is enough?

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